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post Thu 2nd November 2006, 5:46pm
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Noticing the popularity of the Web site Wikipedia in which users add and edit material, all 16 U.S. intelligence agencies have created their own secure version. The same open source software was used in April to create what some 3,600 intelligence workers have dubbed Intellipedia.

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post Thu 2nd November 2006, 7:20pm
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US: It's classified -- a Wikipedia for spies only
Asia Pacific Media Network, CA - 37 minutes ago
Washington --- The US intelligence community on Tuesday unveiled its own secretive version of Wikipedia, saying the popular online encyclopedia format known ...
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post Thu 2nd November 2006, 7:25pm
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Washington --- The US intelligence community on Tuesday unveiled its own secretive version of Wikipedia, saying the popular online encyclopedia format known for its openness is key to the future of American espionage.

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post Thu 2nd November 2006, 5:55pm
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US Intelligence Goes Wikipedia Route With 'Intellipedia'
MacNewsWorld, CA - 2 hours ago
All 16 US intelligence agencies have collaborated to create their own secure version of Wikipedia dubbed "Intellipedia." Like Wikipedia, Intellipedia users can ...
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post Thu 2nd November 2006, 5:45pm
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US Intelligence Goes Wikipedia Route With 'Intellipedia'
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All 16 US intelligence agencies have collaborated to create their own secure version of Wikipedia dubbed "Intellipedia." Like Wikipedia, Intellipedia users can ...
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post Thu 2nd November 2006, 5:41pm
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US Intelligence Goes Wikipedia Route With 'Intellipedia'
TechNewsWorld, CA - 4 hours ago
All 16 US intelligence agencies have collaborated to create their own secure version of Wikipedia dubbed "Intellipedia." Like Wikipedia, Intellipedia users can ...
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post Fri 3rd November 2006, 8:49am
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Spies adopt idea from Wikipedia
Wilmington Morning Star, NC - 21 minutes ago
AP. Based on free software from Wikipedia, officials from the 16 US spy agencies - and even some beyond that - are increasingly using a new internal Web site ...
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post Sat 4th November 2006, 7:58pm
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A Wikipedia Of Secrets
Washington Post, United States - 1 hour ago
... agencies are trying to remedy those problems with something they call Intellipedia, a model based on the popular online, user-generated encyclopedia Wikipedia. ...
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post Sun 5th November 2006, 7:03am
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WASHINGTON - The CIA and other U.S. intelligence agencies have created a new computer system that uses software from a popular Internet encyclopedia site to gather input on sensitive topics from analysts across the spy community, part of an effort to fix problems that plagued prewar estimates on Iraq. The new system, dubbed "Intellipedia" because it is built on open-source software from the

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post Sun 5th November 2006, 6:51am
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Spy tool is powered by Wikipedia software
Minneapolis Star Tribune (subscription), MN - 1 hour ago
... The new system, dubbed "Intellipedia" because it is built on open-source software from the Wikipedia website, was launched this year. ...
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post Sun 5th November 2006, 10:41pm
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Wikipedia for spies
Daily Times, Pakistan - 1 hour ago
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post Sat 11th November 2006, 9:22pm
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Wikipedia of Secrets
Indian Express, India - 1 hour ago
... agencies are trying to remedy those problems with something they call Intellipedia, a model based on the popular online, user-generated encyclopedia Wikipedia. ...
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post Mon 13th November 2006, 12:48pm
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Imagine if, in August 2001, the U.S. intelligence agencies had dumped all of their information into one secure, online resource where it was searchable and accessible to anyone who had the proper clearance.

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post Wed 15th November 2006, 2:05pm
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US intelligence unveils spy version of Wikipedia
Help Net Security, Croatia - 13 minutes ago
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post Fri 1st December 2006, 11:41am
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WIKIPEDIA: THE SPYING VERSION
Free Market News Network, FL - 18 minutes ago
Intelligence Czar John Negroponte has announced the government is using a secret version of Wikipedia for intelligence collaboration, according to Reuters. ...
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post Sat 2nd December 2006, 11:20pm
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The nation?s intelligence agencies are giving their cold-war-era computer systems a makeover. But will blogs and wikis really help spies uncover terrorist plots?

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